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HominidsStone Age Tools of Historians Archeology A little bit of everything
Question This hominid’s nickname is “wise man.”
Answer 1 – 10 Homo Sapiens
Question This Hominid’s nick name was “Man of Skill.”
Answer 1 – 20 Homo Habilis
Question This Hominid’s nickname was “Upright Man.”
Answer 1 – 30 Homo Erectus
Question This Hominid was discovered by Donald Johanson in Africa.
Answer 1 – 40 Australopithecine
Question This group of hominids were the first to make stone tools.
Answer 1 – 50 Homo Habilis
Question This phase of the stone age is known as the “New” one.
Answer 2 – 10 Neolithic
Question In this phase of the Stone Age people learned to control fire and develop language.
Answer 2 – 20 Mesolithic Age
Question This group of early humans was known as the “Old” group and used simple tools.
Answer 2 – 30 Paleolithic Age
Question This group of early humans grew crops, raised animals, and settled into villages.
Answer 2 – 40 Neolithic Age
Question This group of early humans was known at the bridge between the Old and New Stone Ages.
Answer 2 – 50 Mesolithic Age
Question Diaries and letters are example of what?
Answer 3 – 10 Primary Sources
Question A biography would be an example of what?
Answer 3 – 20 Secondary Source
Question A legend or myth would be an example of what?
Answer 3 – 30 Oral History
Question Artifacts and eyewitness accounts are examples of what?
Answer 3 – 40 Primary Sources
Question Customs and Stories passed down from generation to generation by word of mouth is known as what?
Answer 3 – 50 Oral History
Question This group of individuals study artifacts and fossils of early humans.
Answer 4 – 10 Archeologists
Question Beings and creatures that walk on two feet.
Answer 4 – 20 Hominids
Question Objects that are made by early humans
Answer 4 – 30 Artifacts
Question This group of individuals make connections between the past and the present.
Answer 4 – 40 Anthropologist
Question These people move from place to place.
Answer 4 – 50 Nomadic People
Question This group of Physically modern humans appeared 35,000 years ago.
Answer 5 – 10 Cro-Magnons
Question These individuals look for patterns and ask questions about the past.
Answer 5 – 20 Historians
Question The scientific name for modern humans is ____________.
Answer 5 – 30 Homo Sapiens
Question This group of Hominids were the first to move out of Africa.
Answer 5 – 40 Homo Erectus
Question The skeleton of Lucy is considered which type of hominid?
Answer 5 – 50 Australopithecine
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